Italians poured out of their homes in the country’s north this morning after a tremor shook Turin amid a growing coronavirus outbreak.

The region around the north Italian city of Turin was rocked by a strong 3.5-magnitude earthquake just after 09.00 in the morning on Sunday 29 March 2020. The epicenter of the quake was to the east of Turin, near Coazze, according to the national institute of geophysics and vulcanology. There are no reports of injuries or structural damage so far, according to civil protection authorities.